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Happy Nappy Day / Poets in the Park 2020 | Sunday, August 9th

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Happy Nappy Day/Poets in the Park returns for a celebration of our culture, heritage, and hair! Don’t miss it!

We’re keeping the tradition of this event going – a cultural celebration of our hair, our health, our heritage, our art in motion, and the black businesses that we cross-support through Happy Nappy Day/Poets in the Park!

Vendor booths available. If you are a Baltimore Natural Hair Care Expo 2020 vendor, your event reservation is transferable to this event.

Stay tuned for more event details as the event draws near.


Gwynn Oak Park

Gwynn Oak Ave

5010 Gwynn Oak Ave

Gwynn Oak, MD 21207

1pm – 8pm


VENDORS WELCOME!
*Vendor booth fees are non-refundable but can be transferred to a future event.*

RSVP @ Eventbrite

 

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